NeWS & REVIEWS
The New Yorker calls Esther Kinsky’s River (tr. Iain Galbraith) a “magnificent novel.”
Aaron Bady's introduction to Kintu is featured on Lit Hub. "It’s not hyperbole to call Kintu the great Ugandan novel. It is, simply and obviously, a plain fact."
Writing for The New York Times, Mara Faye Lethem calls The Dinner Guest (tr. Natasha Wimmer) a “lucid dissection of political violence and open secrets.”
The New York Times calls María Sonia Cristoff’s False Calm (tr. Katherine Silver), “a bold, beautiful book.”
Wioletta Greg's Swallowing Mercury, translated from the Polish by Eliza Marciniak, is shortlisted for the National Translation Award (NTA).
Writing for the Guardian, Kirkus Prize-winning author Lesley Nneka Arimah reviews Kintu. "With a novel that is inventive in scope, masterful in execution, she does for Ugandan literature what Chinua Achebe did for Nigerian writing."